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Iran calls Natanz atomic site blackout 'nuclear terrorism'

Iran calls Natanz atomic site blackout 'nuclear terrorism'

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Sunday described a blackout at its underground Natanz atomic facility an act of “nuclear terrorism,” raising regional tensions.
Andrew: Philip's death has left 'huge void' in queen's life

Andrew: Philip's death has left 'huge void' in queen's life

LONDON — The death of Prince Philip has left a “huge void” in Queen Elizabeth II’s life, their son Prince Andrew said Sunday, as well-wishers continued to leave floral tributes outside the gates of royal residences in memory of the monarch's husband.
Jordanian prince makes first public appearance since arrest

Jordanian prince makes first public appearance since arrest

AMMAN, Jordan — Jordan's Prince Hamzah on Sunday made his first public appearance since he was placed under house arrest last week, reciting Quranic verses together with King Abdullah II at the graves of their forefathers.
Official: Chinese vaccines' effectiveness low

Official: Chinese vaccines' effectiveness low

BEIJING — In a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the country's top disease control official says their effectiveness is low and the government is considering mixing them to get a boost.
Chloé Zhao becomes 1st woman of colour to win top DGA honour

Chloé Zhao becomes 1st woman of colour to win top DGA honour

Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” continued its tour of dominance through awards season Saturday night, when Zhao took top honours at the 73rd annual Directors Guild Association Awards.
Religious leaders recall Prince Philip's spiritual curiosity

Religious leaders recall Prince Philip's spiritual curiosity

LONDON — Churches in Britain held services Sunday to remember Prince Philip as people of many religions reflected on a man whose gruff exterior hid a strong personal faith and deep curiosity about others’ beliefs.

Benin's president seeks re-election after violent protests

COTONOU, Benin — Benin's voters cast ballots Sunday in a presidential election that has been marred by violent demonstrations as incumbent leader Patrice Talon ran for a second term despite once pledging he would not.
5 rebels, 1 Indian policeman killed in Kashmir

5 rebels, 1 Indian policeman killed in Kashmir

SRINAGAR, India — Government forces killed five suspected rebels in two gunfights in Indian-controlled Kashmir, including a teenager, police said Sunday.
Armed man fired shots, barricaded inside Honolulu hotel room

Armed man fired shots, barricaded inside Honolulu hotel room

HONOLULU — An armed man barricaded himself inside a hotel room at a resort in Honolulu and fired shots through the door, a police official said. No one was hurt in the gunfire late Saturday at The Kahala Hotel & Resort, Honolulu police Capt.

John Naisbitt, author of bestseller 'Megatrends,' dies at 92

BERLIN — The American author John Naisbitt, whose 1982 bestselling book “Megatrends” was published in dozens of countries, has died. He was 92.